So, check out where we went
Big lesson of the day: time to start hoarding memory cards. We also finished up our kickstarter that day, and used up most of our memory space on that, leaving not much time to spend with Amy. It's not a film shoot if nothing goes wrong, can I get an amen up in here?
|Almost at the point when Mario tells us we have, like, three minutes of footage.|
First we trailed around bees dipping in and out of the flowers for a while, trying to capture them on our cameras, their butts coated in bee pollen which, according to Amy, is a good thing.
|Pictured: Pollen-coated bee ass.|
We also got to film some plants going to seed -- anything Amy doesn't harvest to eat or sell she leaves to ripen in the garden, saving the seeds for the next season. She sells her seeds online too, and we'll be giving them out as kickstarter rewards at the $50 level. She pulled out some zucchini and showed us a fungi on her cherry tomatoes that was going to prevent her from saving the seeds for the next year.
|Some of Amy's seeds|
|Amy harvests a zucchini|
But the best part was the freshly-picked watermelon:
Don't be jealous, although you totally should be.